Monthly Archives: May 2017

  • Dropbox vs. Google Drive vs. OneDrive

    Dropbox vs. Google Drive vs. OneDrive – Best Cloud Storage Comparison Cloud Storage is certainly not a new thing, with the depute of Dropbox about ten years ago, but now that the world is more internet connected than it has ever been people having some variety in their options of cloud storage. This service has advanced quite significantly since its humble beginnings and its main attracting point comes from its ability to have all your data available when you switch…

  • The rise of multi-cloud and data controllers

    The main advantage of the cloud is that it simplifies data management. To ensure this remains the case in a multi-cloud environment IT managers must ensure they assess business needs in order to determine what cloud services are best suited to fulfil them, before implementing a solid DCL to ensure a consistent and unified strategy is in place Over the past two years the number of organisations adopting a multi-cloud strategy has increased dramatically. According to an IDC report more…

  • Data Storage Corporation Announces Results for the Fiscal First Quarter Ended March 31, 2017 “Post-Acquisition of ABC Services” Other OTC:DTST

    NEW YORK, May 30, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Data Storage Corporation (OTC:DTST) today announced financial results for its Fiscal 2017 first quarter ended March 31, 2017. Chuck Piluso, Chief Executive Officer of Data Storage Corporation, stated, “We continue to make significant progress towards executing on our strategic business plan, and we are pleased with the developments throughout the first quarter and to date. Our accomplishments include successfully completing the acquisition and assimilation of ABC Services and integrating finance, administration, sales…

  • DOJ pitches agreements to solve international data warrant woes

    The Department of Justice is asking Congress to permit it to pursue reciprocal agreements to serve warrants on data with other countries, addressing what has become a sticking point in investigations at home and abroad. The pitch came as a Senate Judiciary subcommittee held hearings Wednesday to parse out the increasingly confusing world of investigating crimes when data is stored around the world. Modern cloud storage, including web-basedemail accounts and other services, can store information anywhere on earth. The problem…

  • 75% of Organizations Will Struggle to Meet EU GDPR Regulations by Deadline, Survey Finds – NASDAQ.com

        Varonis Offers Free Online Course by Troy Hunt to Help Organizations Build a GDPR Attack Plan   NEW YORK, May 25, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Varonis Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:VRNS), a leading provider of software solutions that protect data from insider threats and cyberattacks, released findings today from an independent survey probing attitudes towards the EU General Data Protection Regulations (EU GDPR), due to come into effect one year from today.  The survey, which polled 500 IT decision makers…

  • Cloud Security: 11 Best Practices

      From the very beginning of the cloud computing era, security has been the biggest concern among enterprises that are considering the public cloud. For many organizations, the idea of storing data or running applications on infrastructure that they do not manage seems inherently insecure. CloudPassage’s 2016 Cloud Security report found that 53 percent of those surveyed listed “general security risks” as one of their biggest cloud adoption barriers, making it the biggest obstacle to the cloud. In addition, 91…

  • Data Synchronization: A Key Benefit to Cloud Storage

    Smartphones are quickly becoming the most important piece of technology we own. They are communication devices, cameras, messaging tools and they allow us to work more efficiently and with greater flexibility. The problem is that as smartphones become more integral to our lives, losing control of them and their data can be disastrous. To avoid this, consumers and enterprises need to make sure they are utilizing the best possible data synchronization and data restoration techniques available — and that means…

  • Infographic: Poor data is putting customer satisfaction at risk

    Infographic: Poor data is putting customer satisfaction at risk By Jade Winters A recent study conducted by DMC Software found that 79% of businesses are failing to put the customer experience first, due to poor data quality. The data comes as just 21% of companies state they are confident in the customer data they hold. Many organisations are aware of the role data and analytics plays in building, and sustaining, relationships with customers, yet still fail to make it a…

  • Factors to Consider while Choosing Database Archiving Tools

    According to Gartner, 47 percent of the companies find growing data as a biggest data center hardware infrastructure challenge. This immense rise in the data can drive infrastructure costs up while diminishing application performance and productivity. The rapid expansion in the volume of enterprise data will lead to higher quality analysis if the data are stored and managed with an eye on the inherent value. To overcome this daunting issue, database archiving has come into sight as an Information Life…

  • New STORServer offering delivers FedRAMP, FIPS-compliant cloud backup

    AddThis Sharing Buttons above STORServer, enterprise data backup solutions company, announced Tuesday that it is now offering FIPS-compliant cloud backup for the government market. This cloud backup solution also meets security controls for FedRAMP. With IBM Spectrum Protect, formerly known as Tivoli Storage Manager or TSM, government agencies can now simply and securely embrace the advantages of the cloud for their data backup needs. With STORServer’s cloud backup, government agencies can eliminate their reliance on tape storage and transition to a…

  • Splash! Cloudera, DataStax and IBM all jump into big data as a service pool – SiliconANGLE

    The red-hot concept of big data as a service is getting a boost from no less than three major companies this week as Cloudera Inc., DataStax Inc. and IBM Corp. all roll out new offerings. Cloudera today will introduce Cloudera Altus, a platform as a service initially running on the Amazon Web Services Inc. cloud that the big-data vendor says can help data engineers use on-demand, elastic infrastructure to speed the creation and elastic data pipelines and quickly move them…

  • Nanocar is the first step toward a controlled transport system at the molecular scale

    Dr. Saw-Wai Hla, along with Dr. Eric Masson and their students, created the Bobcat nanowagon, one of the world’s first working nanocars. Credit: Robert Hardin Dr. Saw-Wai Hla and Dr. Eric Masson are thrilled with their team’s performance in the world’s first nanocar race in April, but for them, it was a fun starting point to a much larger goal. /4988204/Phys_Story_InText_Box “The nanocar race is not the end; it is just the very beginning of our project,” Hla, a professor…

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